Chaste


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A mutant Drosophila melanogaster gene that affects females, resulting in extraordinarily strong rejection behaviour against courting males
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In his play A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, Middleton turns to watermen again--not only as dynamic agents in the world of the Thames and its environs, as in Touchwood Senior's speech, but also as fictional characters in the play who help Moll and her lover Touchwood Junior rendezvous by water.
He said, for example, the union has refurbished over 3000 mosques and prepared 80,000 packages for chaste poor families with Ramadan consumer requirements.
"We're not a soap, we're a medical drama, but we do tell a story about women in the Jennifer 1950s and it's quite nice to show these rather chaste romances, which are so different from the ones girls have today."
Valerie Weaver-Zercher's THRILL OF THE CHASTE: THE ALLURE OF AMISH ROMANCE NOVELS (9781421408910, $24.95) reveals the blossoming cottage publishing industry of Amish fiction.
So you can imagine the punishment for slandering the chaste women of a whole country.
Effective methods of CAM include altering one's diet, and utilizing herbal supplements such as Cramp Bark, Ginkgo biloba, and Chaste Tree extract.
For this reason, to be chaste involves the totality of the human person in word, thought, and action.
CHASTE Clara Meadmore celebrated her 107th birthday yesterday and admitted that one of the keys to her long life was no sex.
He said: "I'm not so pure and chaste that I'm not going to take the chance and stick the boot in."
The grand imam of Egypt's top Islamic body, al-Azhar, caused a stir when he issued a fatwa sanctioning abortion at any time during pregnancy for women who have been raped but added on the condition the woman was found to be "chaste."
Vitex agnus-castus L, otherwise known as chaste tree or monk's pepper, has a long history in Western herbal medicine.